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Pitt-Assisted Communities & Schools

Pitt-Assisted Communities & Schools (PACS)

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pitt-Assisted Communities and Schools is a program of the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work under the faculty leadership of John Wallace and James Huguley. The mission of PACS is to mobilize University of Pittsburgh resources in ways that enrich the lives of Homewood children and youth, while simultaneously advancing the university's commitment to transformative teaching, learning, and community impact. The goal is to improve academic, health, mental health, and social and economic outcomes for the children and families who live, learn, work, and play in Homewood

Faculty Leads

Co-Principle Investigator 
E: johnw@pitt.edu T: 412-624-2542
 
Co-Principle Investigator 
E: huguley@pitt.edu T: 412-624-2542
 
Assistant Professor of Practice 
E: esohe.osai@pitt.edu T: 412-648-7036
 
 
A story about Pitt PACS on PittWire can be found here
 
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